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|Harmony abounds at ‘Breakfast with Santa’ held at Fallbrook Community CenterDecember 18th 2014
The Fallbrook High School Madrigals sing Christmas Carols for guests attending ‘Breakfast with Santa’ at the Fallbrook Community Center on Sat., Dec. 13.
The Fallbrook High School Madrigals perform and sing Christmas Carols for guests attending ‘Breakfast with Santa’ at the Fallbrook Community Center.
The Thomas family has their picture taken with Santa during ‘Breakfast with Santa’ event at the Fallbrook Community Center on Dec. 13.
Rudy Pedoza prepares pancakes for attendees of the ‘Breakfast with Santa’ event at the Fallbrook Community Center.
Jestin Brownell, left, age 4, along with his cousin, Ivy Huertas, 6, make their selection between bacon and sausage during ‘Breakfast with Santa’.
Fallbrook Community Center director Gordon Stone serves as master of ceremonies at the ‘Breakfast with Santa’ event on Dec. 13.
From left, Elicia Rodriquez, 6, Gigi Aguirre, 3, and her sister Jaslyn Aguirre, 6, sit with Santa Claus during ‘Breakfast with Santa’ at the Fallbrook Community Center on Sat., Dec. 13.
Pianist Phil Leonelli plays Christmas tunes for guests attending ‘Breakfast with Santa’ on Dec. 13.
From left, Kaylie Marie Werne, 9, Emileigh Durrance, 5, and Roco Burley, 6, paint corn husk angels during the ‘Breakfast with Santa’ event on Dec. 13.
Children sing Christmas carols for guests of the ‘Breakfast with Santa’ event at the Fallbrook Community Center.
Fallbrook’s holiday season starts with tree lighting at community centerDecember 12th 2014
Chandler Galt and son Jack are dressed for the season and an evening of holiday activities at the Holiday Tree Lighting held at the Fallbrook Community Center, Dec. 5.
Tasha Meredith, an American Cancer Society representative, talks about the Relay for Life program during the tree-lighting event at the Fallbrook Community Center.
Nathan Boon and his daughter, Nadia are the proud winners of a gift certificate from Major Market at the Holiday Tree Lighting festivities.
Pamela Lambert stops to chat with Jackie Toppin, Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce membership services coordinator, and Lila MacDonald, Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce CEO at the Holiday Tree Lighting event.
At the Fallbrook Band Boosters table, parent Tamara Monasterio hands out candy canes with an invitation to attend the ‘Tis the Season for a Holiday Concert, FUHS instrumental program to be presented at the Bob Burton Center.
The pine tree used for tree lighting was planted at the Fallbrook Community Center in 1981 as a seedling and has now grown to 50 feet tall.
From left, Carol Reardon, Bev Devilbiss, Joy Williams and Nancy Ruis represent Rally for Children, the organization that hosts the annual Art in the Park event, at the tree-lighting event Dec. 5.
From left, students Aaron Gonzalez, Steve Raymundo, Leopoldo Perez, and Alonso Alegria sell hot chocolate to raise funds for the Fallbrook High School AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program at the tree-lighting event.
Miss Fallbrook Claire Ginther, center, and her court, Second Princess Halee Olsen, left, and First Princess Sarah Engebretson attend the tree lighting event Dec. 5.
"Chelsea’s Light: A Brother’s Journey" - Documentary details pain and purpose after losing a sister to a predatorDecember 11th 2014
Tyler King, right, is pictured on the set of “Chelsea’s Light; a Brother’s Journey,” a 30-minute documentary which details the pain of losing his sister, Chelsea King, in 2010 to a predator. The film will be shown at Fallbrook Library on Jan. 17.
Tyler King works on his documentary film, “Chelsea’s Light,” which tells of his pain and purpose in the aftermath of losing his sister, Chelsea King, to a predator in 2010.
A memorial to Jonathan Sellers and Charlie Keever, who were slain by a predator in 1993, is shown above.
Milena Sellers, a Fallbrook resident, founded the Jonathan Sellers and Charlie Keever Foundation to help protect children from predators.
Historic downtown Main Avenue illuminated for the holidaysDecember 4th 2014
The entrance to and interior of Jackson Square on North Main Avenue in Fallbrook was brightly lit Sat. evening, Nov. 29 to welcome the holiday season. The illumination of historic Main Avenue was encouraged and supported by the Downtown Merchants Association.
Trees on North Main Ave. in Fallbrook glitter with light as the Downtown Merchants Association kicked off the illumination event for the holidays on Nov. 29.
Business north of Alvarado Street, on the west side of Main, are illuminated with holiday lights on Nov. 29.
Sabrina Rose, left and her friend Anna Escobosa admire the holiday lighting in Jackson Square on Sat. evening, Nov. 29. The women were among residents and visitors who turned out to see the lighting of Main Ave. for the holidays, organized and encouraged by the Downtown Merchants Association.
Residents and visitors gather under the awning of a business on South Main Avenue Sat. evening, Nov. 29 to watch the Fallbrook Downtown Merchants Association illumination event for the holiday season.
A couple watches the Nov. 29 lighting of Main Avenue in front of the wrought iron fence around Vince Ross Village Square at Main and Alvarado. The fence is adorned with a string of colorful lights.
Members of the Fallbrook Chorale perform Christmas carols in the Brandon Gallery on Sat evening, Nov. 29. The Chorale was performing during the Downtown Merchants Association’s holiday lighting event on Main Avenue.
The fence and front of the historic Elder House, future home of 127 West, at South Main Ave. and Elder Street is lit by a looping string of lights as part of the downtown holiday lighting effort. The building lighting contributes to the yellow color at night.
A view of Main Avenue shows holiday lights that were illuminated as part of the Downtown Merchants Association’s holiday effort on Sat., Nov. 29.
The east side of Main Ave. in Fallbrook is brightly lit with holiday lighting on Nov. 29. The Downtown Merchants Association organized the lighting of Main Ave. event that included Christmas carols by the Fallbrook Chorale as they strolled and sang on both sides of the street.